Take a tour and hear the story behind Seeing Spartanburg in A New Light
If you haven’t yet toured Spartanburg’s public art exhibition, Seeing Spartanburg in a New Light, here’s your chance to do so and get the inside scoop from the creative team behind the project.
The Chapman Cultural Center is hosting a two-day celebration of Seeing Spartanburg in a New Light beginning February 16 with a panel discussion and Q&A featuring the creative team involved with the project. The program continues February 17 with a tour by trolley of all nine installations, led by project artist Erwin Redl, and concludes with a presentation and reception back at the Chapman Cultural Center.
Guests can take advantage of a discounted rate at the Spartanburg Marriott, conveniently located across the street from the Chapman Cultural Center. There will also be access to other local cultural institutions and exhibitions.
One of four recipients of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge, Seeing Spartanburg in a New Light is a large-scale public art exhibition that features nine original artworks by renown light and media artist Erwin Redl installed throughout 10 neighborhoods in Spartanburg. This project is an unprecedented partnership between Spartanburg’s Chapman Cultural Center, Mayor Junie White, and the Police Department to use public art as a platform for building stronger relationships between local residents and police officers.
Please RSVP by February 10, 2017 to Renee Denton at firstname.lastname@example.org or (864) 278-9685.
Via: Chapman Cultural Center